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's just 'sjected locally the person's ersonmmune system can take care stemt and it doesn't make its way up the spinal column into the brain. of it >> pelley: jon, thanks very much. nte of the men responsible for security for u.s. diplomats in libya says tonight he feared for their safety long before the dttack last month on the consulate in benghazi. four americans were killed as eou recall, including ambassador incs stevens. yhe military security officer will tell his story to congress on wednesday but tonight he sits own with sharyl attkisson. with orter: army green beret lieutenant colonel andrew wood first set foot in libya last webruary to lead an elite 16-man counterterrorism team. from the moment he arrived he says he saw chaos. chaoooting incidents that occurred, many instances involving the local security sard force we were training. constantly there was battles going on between militias, criminal activity and that became increasing danger as time went on as well. >> reporter: wood met daily with ambassador christopher stevens to discuss security. that's stevens on the right and s
was responsible. >> reporter: a 1965 file shows a louisiana mother complained to a local sheriff that a scout master had raped one of her sons and molested two others. the man confessed but neither police nor the scouts pursued the charges, according to the files, to save the name of scouting. the boy scouts of america now claims to have some of the best protection among youth groups in the country, with criminal background checks, training inograms and mandates to report actual or suspected abuse. boy scout of america president perr perry had this to say in sn interview this week. shortthe extent we fell short id protecting a youth and we did fall short in some instances, e're profoundly sorry. and our job is to protect every weth. it's not enough to say we t jobcted-- we did a great job most of the time. we have to do a great job all the time. >> reporter: perry says the rrles are valuable because used to ksed to keep track of people who violated the boy ards.'s membership standards. >> the only purpose of these files is to keep people out. to keep them from re-entering boy scouts later on
to pay attention to what their local emergency management personnel tell them. >> pelley: the last major hurricane to hit the u.s. this late in the season, was wilma, sven years ago today. maat was a category three storm. it killed five people in florida that and caused more than $20 billion in damage. it's the third costliest hurricane in the u.s. after andrew and katrina. we are down to the last 12 days of campaign 2012. that mpoll out tonight suggests that mitt romney has closedly the gender gap. last month, president obama led poig women by 16 points, but rew, they're dead even. 47% to 47. on the other hand, governor romney's lead among men has been cut from 13 points last month to just five now. .7% to 42. most polls show the president ahead in ohio, and it may be ohio that tips the balance on election night. both men were there today, and so is our campaign 2012 team. first, jan crawford with governor romney in defiance, ohio. con. >> reporter: well, scott, romney was in four different toss-up states yesterday. today, he's spending every minute in one, ohio. he doesn't have to win
in powder. this has been medifacts for boost®. with the funding, to our local schools and the accountability from our local schools... that we'll need to improve student learning in every classroom. so we can stay 47th... or we can choose proposition 38. i'm voting yes on 38... because it makes our children #1. >> pelley: a suicide bomber blew himself up outside a mosque in afghanistan today during a muslim holiday. at least 41 people were killed and more than 50 were hurt. many were soldiers and police. 15-year-old malala yousafzai is vowing to return to pakistan to take her final exams. we've been following the progress of the girl who led a campaign to open more schools to girls. she was targeted and shot in the head by the taliban. she's being treated in britain, and elizabeth palmer is there. >> reporter: at last, to go with all the expert medical care, malala's got her family with her, too. her parents and brothers arrived in birmingham to find her on the mend. >> i'm thankful to god. >> reporter: it's a miracle, said her father, ziauddin, choking up as he recalled how he thought she w
' message into local media where undecided voters can hear it and candidate events lure voters who can be taken after the rally to vote early or convinced to volunteer for the final get out the vote effort. but while the candidates have suspended their public events for a little bit, the race does still continue. both campaigns were kicking each other under the table today in ohio over the auto bailout, releasing competing television ads and accusations. >> mason: john, how is this likely to affect the ground organization for both candidates in the key battleground states you were talking about? >> well, they'll continue fighting it out on the ground while the candidates are not there, but there is this element of without the candidates coming to pay a visit, the campaigns have to rely on surrogates to come and surrogates don't turn out the crowds as much. in some states, the crucial battleground state of virginia and then also perhaps a little bit in north carolina the ground game kind of has to halt in terms of just the fact that the weather is too bad and also because volunteers are
at the local parish and whether or not that parish is more conservative or progressive. >> reporter: scott jennings runs the romney campaign in ohio. >> you can make decisions based on who's voted and who hasn't, where you put your dollars, where you send your mail, where you do your phone calling and door knocking. so if i know you've already voted the first week of october i'm not going to send you a piece of direct mail three days before the election. it would be a useless exercise. >> reporter: and in a close campaign, scott, no campaign wants to spend much time or money on anybody other than that small group of voters known as persuadables, the ones who will be getting a lot of attention over the next five weeks. >> pelley: the election already under way. dean, thanks very much. another state that could go either way is colorado. and the candidates are preparing for the first presidential debate in denver tomorrow. mitt romney is trailing far behindn fr latino voters, and he made news on illegal immigration today. back in june, president obama announced that he would not deport illega
and most of the guests are locals who live near a lot of large trees. they have come here and checked into the hotel and most of the vacation folks are not here they saw what was coming and they called in and canceled their reservations. we can tell you the rain has been miserable and we are going inside staying out of the wind and rain and i can tell you, my face hurts. i don't know how strong the winds are but it is coming down nasty right now. >> i see them moving around and that's one of the reasons why you shouldn't go out there. let us be the ones to give you the information to show you what is going on out there. ee we have been getting information and we know what is going on at the beaches. some people are concerned about what they should do and shelter in your building, whatever rooms you have from outlying windows. >> and somebody else who can provided a advice, the city's mayor, mayor, thanks so much for joining us this evening. >> thank you all for having me. i want to keep people updated on what is going on. mayor, we have a lot of people who live in the city in apartmen
is used everyday by t.s.a. officers, ,order agents and state, local, anfederalaw enforcement. >> if you're speeding, you get pulled over, they're query that 'ree. and if they're encountering a known or suspected terrorist it will pop up and say "call the terrorist screening center." >> reporter: how often do these encounters happen? dowe're averaging about 55 encounters with known or veragited terrorists every single day. ry reporter: in most cases, the encounters do not produce arrest but provide additional intelligence. >> location of where the guy is going, what he's doing, inte additional associates that the subject is hanging around. >> reporter: names are frequently added and subtracted, always in secret. healy also overseas the even more critical no-fly list. here are 20,000 people on the no-fly list. about 700 of them are americans. so there are people who live in this country who you have enough concerns about they can't fly? >> yes. >> reporter: the databases are not perfect. s me innocent people have been ffpt off airplanes by mistake. and one person who never made the no fly
demonstrators and the police was pretty minor by local standards. the confrontation between greece and the harsh economic realitys will go on a lot longer. panagiotis lanaros is not a man srone to demonstrate. a 73-year-old former construction worker, he lives on a pension that's already been cut by 20% to about $13,000 a year. it's not enough for him and his wife to live on let alone to help his now unemployed daughter joanna and her family. do you think things will get worse from now on? >> i think yes. >> reporter: you think it will still get worse? >> yes. l> reporter: do you worry about your future and the future of your children? >> very much. >> pelley: greece has more immediate worries and mark phillips is joining us now from athens. mark, the greeks are hoping for another $17 billion bailout in the next few weeks from europe. i wonder, what do they have to do to get that? >> well, that's part of the reason that angela merkel was here today. they have to satisfy merkel and the e.u. and the european central bank and the international monetary fund that 'rey're going to continue to make th
that is past the sell-by date but still safe to eat and instead sending it off to local food banks. >> there's been a growing need, especially with the downturn in the economy, more and more people are seeking assistance. >> reporter: gary mcdonald is the c.e.o. of what is known as senior gleaners. last year they fed nearly 100,000 people with $10 million worth of food. and most of this would go to waste? >> america wastes 96 billion pounds of food per year. not all of that is salvageable, but a lot of that is. if we could salvage the food thes being wasted today, we could feed everyone in america, and that's what food banks are all about. >> reporter: these gleaners first got going 36 years ago. by heading out in fields and backyards collecting extra produce. tony lampa had more tomatoes than he could ever eat in his backyard. what made you make the call and say come out here and grab this stuff? >> what else am i going to do with it? >> reporter: a crew of four gleaners pick the vines clean. but many of these volunteers need help themselves. they're on fixed income so they can take food fr
of our cbs stations will be leaving us now for local programming. but for many of you, this special expanded edition of the "cbs evening news" will continue in a moment. captions by: caption colorado >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. >>> good evening, i'm allen martin. >> i'm dana king. a contentious campaign in the south bay just got downright nasty. >> oh, yeah. it all started with some sneaky activity in the dark and some sneaking suspicions. cbs 5 reporter len ramirez shows us how a case of yard sign stealing blew up and a camera was rolling. len. >> we haven't seen this in a long time in san jose. we are talking about a superheated city council race one where the future of pension reform plans hang in the balance. it's been dirty and nasty and last night it got potential buy dangerous. >> reporter: sliced up campaign signs and a roughed up candidate spouse is what happened when late night political shenanigans apparently went too far. >> he moodily became very verbally and physically aggressive immediately. he charged after the
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of our cbs stations will be leaving us now for local programming but for many of you this special >> spilled over to the road here. >> the water actually just pouring over the seawall now. >> we expected an unprecedented storm here in new york city. and that's what we got. >> the powerful snap of the tree still on the house. driving through something like that incredibly dangerous. >> bay bridge now shut down the eastern shore, cut off. >> this massive tree comes crashing down. >> a 100-year-old oak tree. >> we have had an awful lot of reports of flooding. we've seen a lot of flooding, especially off of the delaware bay.
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